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March 2016

Hawaii State Art Museum

March 1, 2016 - March 20, 2016
Hawaii State Art Museum,
Honolulu, HI United States
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On-going, First Friday of every month from 6-9 p.m. View contemporary Hawaii art and enjoy live musical performances. Exhibition galleries are free and open to the public during this time.

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Honolulu Night Market

March 20, 2016

On-going, On the third Saturday of every month Kakaako comes alive with an evening event that combines fashion, live music, art, shopping and local food. Held under the Honolulu city lights, this monthly night market celebrates the best of urban island culture featuring local artists, designers, musicians and chefs.

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Art + Flea

March 20, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

On-going, Every last Thursday of the month Discover a unique monthly shopping experience for Hawaii’s talented creatives to showcase their goods and talents. Over 60 independent artists, vintage collectors, food trucks, handmade aficionados and fashion designers are featured at each event, drawing an eclectic crowd of shoppers, music and art lovers alike.

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Waikiki SPAM Jam

March 30, 2016

The Waikiki SPAM® Jam is an exciting annual street festival that takes place on Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. The event celebrates the unusually high consumption of SPAM® in Hawaii and features a variety of Honolulu’s finest restaurants serving up SPAM®-inspired creations. Two entertainment stages provide non-stop entertainment consisting of several of Honolulu’s finest restaurants which will be serving up Spam in many different ways, so you can experience the enormous variety of its applications. Two merchandise tents will be selling…

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April 2016

35th Annual Hawaiian Scottish Festival and Highland Games

April 10, 2016 - April 11, 2016

The major elements of the project are Celtic-themed music and dancing, athletic competitions, a highland dance competition, and displays of hand-to-hand combat. There will also be informational displays of genealogy and the history of Scots in Hawaii, and vendors selling food, drinks, and Celtic-themed wares.

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Hawaii Book and Music Festival

April 30, 2016 - May 1, 2016

The annual Hawaii Book & Music Festival is a family-friendly festival that takes place on the spacious grounds of the Honolulu Hale civic center, boasting ten pavilions and stages where festival-goers can look forward to meeting local, national and internationally celebrated authors and illustrators; music and stage performances; stimulating panel discussions on a variety of topics; story-telling and poetry slams; as well as activities and entertainment for the younger crowd. Attendees also will enjoy the popular Bank of Hawaii Book…

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May 2016

89th Annual Lei Day Celebration

May 1, 2016
Queen Kapiolani Park

Don’t miss this special Hawaiian celebration of lei including entertainment, food booths and a lei making contest takes place at the beautiful Queen Kapiolani Park and Bandstand in Waikiki.

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Waimea Valley May Day Music Festival

May 1, 2016
Waimea Valley

May Day music festival featuring Hawaiian music, culture and activities. It will kick-off the Waimea Valley Summer Concert Series. The Waimea Valley May Day Music Festival will honor Gabby Pahinui and Emily Pahinui as part of the annual May Day Celebration.

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We Are Samoa Festival

May 4, 2016 - May 6, 2016
Polynesian Cultural Center

The We Are Samoa Festival is Hawaii’s largest Samoan cultural festival and a preeminent showcase of Samoa’s traditions. Highlighted by the exhilarating World Fireknife Championship and inspiring High School Samoan Cultural Arts Festival the event draws in locals and visitors alike to the Polynesian Cultural Center each year.

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Parade of Farms

May 14, 2016

Features the diversity of agriculture occurring along the Kunia corridor in Central Oahu. The first ever Parade of Farms will include farm and processing tours, tastings, a mini-farmer’s market, a farm fresh lunch, and the unique opportunity for residents and visitors to interact with local farmers.

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